KPA Panmunjom Mission Discloses U.S. Criminal Abuse of Cheonan Warship Sinking for Hostile Policy toward DPRK
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 25 (KCNA) -- The Panmunjom mission of the Korean People's Army released an indictment Tuesday exposing the U.S. criminal act of cooking up the Cheonan warship sinking case and abusing it for stepping up its hostile policy toward the DPRK.
The U.S. is the arch criminal that engineered the case by instigating the south Korean puppet forces, the indictment said, and went on:
The U.S., which had repeated plots to save its policy for invading the DPRK and its pivot to Asia-Pacific strategy from crises and give a shot in the arm of its colonial stooges, concluded that it needed a shocking case.
Accordingly, the U.S. imperialist aggression forces command in Pacific held a confab with stooges of the 'Institute for National Defense Studies' and the 'Pacific Strategy Institute' of south Korea and suddenly launched the joint naval drills in waters off the five islands in the West Sea where tensions between the north and the south constantly ran high.
According to the scenario worked out by the U.S. in top secret, the Cheonan warship sank at night on March 26, 2010, leaving 46 puppet army soldiers dead.
It was orchestrated by the U.S. out of its sinister intention to hold control of south Korea and Japan, use them as a shock brigade in realizing its ambition for world domination and intensify the moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK after securing justifications for arms buildup in the region.
A typical example was the scientific clarification made by competent naval military experts of the Russian Pacific Fleet of the fact that the warship sank by a special torpedo from a smaller diving apparatus launched by the nuclear-powered submarine of the U.S. forces, not by a 'torpedo of the north.'
The indictment also exposed that the U.S. has persistently stood in the way of a fair probe into the truth about the case. It continued:
The U.S. brought to rupture the colonel-level working contacts between the militaries of the DPRK and the U.S. in Panmunjom that were held on seven occasions from July 15 to October 27, 2010 for the probe into the truth behind the case.
The indictment termed the U.S. a backstage wire-puller that instigated the south Korean puppet forces to cook up a story about 'the north's attack.'
The U.S. didn't hesitate to run the whole gamut of base acts to put under carpet the fabrication of the warship sinking case, it noted, adding:
A particular mention should be made of the fact that the U.S. egged the south Korean puppet forces on to spread the story of 'north's attack' and asserted it was an established fact that the north was a suspect, claiming that 'there were almost no other suspects except for north Korea' and 'the warship sank by a torpedo attack of north Korea.'
While egging the puppet forces on to stage a farce 'proving' the story about 'the north's torpedo attack,' the U.S. got zealous in building up public opinion to justify it.
The indictment branded the U.S. as hordes of warmongers who abused the warship sinking case for its moves for invading the DPRK.
No sooner had the case occurred than the U.S. pushed the situation on the Korean peninsula to the brink of a war, getting frantic with its war racket targeting the DPRK, it said and continued:
Right after the 'results of investigation' peppered with sheer lies were published on May 20, 2010, Obama instructed the U.S. Department of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff to make thorough military preparations to 'cope with future invasion by north Korea.'
Pursuant to it, U.S. warships sailed into the West Sea of Korea and largest-ever joint submarine, naval mobile, air mobile and naval landing drills and other joint maneuvers of various forms were staged almost every day.
Arms buildup and deployment of forces were stepped up according to the conversion of the command of the U.S. Eighth Army into the 'one for executing a war.'
War servants of the U.S. were busy visiting south Korea and Japan, where they were loudmouthed about 'very dangerous situation on the Korean peninsula' and held confabs for tightening the military alliance for aggression among the U.S., Japan and south Korea to cope with contingency on the Korean peninsula.
The U.S. zealously hurled war maniacs of the south Korean puppet military into reckless military provocations to escalate confrontation with compatriots in the north.
The U.S. scenario to abuse the warship sinking case for laying a siege for international 'sanctions' against the DPRK was executed at an ever more serious phase.
The U.S. should admit before the Korean nation and the world public its criminal fabrication of the case and abuse of it for carrying out its hostile policy toward the DPRK and escalating confrontation between Koreans and make an apology for them, though belatedly.
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